Nintendo Co. this week released the trailer for Wii Sports Club for the Wii U.

The Japan region trailer features a brief overview of the title including Tennis, online versus functionality, and Miiverse functionality.

The first two sports – bowling and tennis – will be available as free trial downloads. After the 24-hour trial period users can purchase a day pass for a 24-hour play session for all available sports or purchase the full individual sporting event at $9.99 each.

Wii Sports Club, tob e sold at the Nintendo eShop Nov. 7, will include all sports event from Wii Sports – bowling, tennis, baseball, boxing, and golf – with HD graphics, enhanced Wii MotionPlus controls, and new online competitive functionality.

In addition, users can register to state or regional clubs, chat via Miiverse, and compete with rival clubs.

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